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growth for several months on end now. >> reporter: well, timing is everything in life, right? i mean, certainly the obama administration would have wanted to see theseelatively strong b nmbershree months ago because the standard sort of political wisdom is that you need about six months of job improvement for people to actually feel better and for the incumbent to benefit. this good news is coming a little late for the president. it's ironic, whoever wins is going to inherit an improving job market. >> tom: of course it comes plenty of early voting already under way across the united states. in washington, d.c. tonight, it's our bureau chief, darren gersh. >> reporter: thanks, tom. >> tom: still ahead, the new york city marathon is cancelled. what it means for advertisers of this world class event. that encouraging employment report didn't do much for stocks on wall street. stocks opened higher, but sellers took over. the dow closed down 139 points, the nasdaq lost almost 38 points, the s&p closed off 13. for the week, the dow fell 0.1%. the nasdaq was down 0.2%. the s&p gained 0.2%
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